Singapore Airport Self-Service Check-in Kiosks SINGAPORE — Starting today (Aug 12), travellers on Singapore Airlines (SIA) and SilkAir flights from Terminal 2 can make use of 24 check-in kiosks for quicker and more convenient check-in. Source: www.todayonline.com
A gathering of city, business and airport officials was proof the Sister City initiative remains active in the Summit City. A Friday event … Source: www.journalgazette.net A Friday event at Fort Wayne International Airport unveiled a touch-screen kiosk that provides travelers and others information about Takaoka, Japan; Gera, Germany; Plock, Poland; and Taizhou, China.A Friday event at Fort… Read More »
NCR’s TP100 airport check-in kiosk that can run a variety of software, allowing passengers to check-in, change seats, add/update frequent flyer information, check in bags and more. Source: www.marketwatch.com “From check-in to shopping to boarding, NCR is making travel easier by helping airports and airlines around the world enhance the passenger experience, drive more ancillary revenue through all channels of… Read More »
SITA’s APC kiosks have been approved for accurate data collection and verification of passenger facial and fingerprint biometrics against passengers’ passports. Source: www.biometricupdate.com
Travellers flying from Luxembourg Airport can now switch to an earlier flight using new self-service kiosks, which also enable self-tagging.
The on-demand content platform says its wireless Internet kiosks can beam a movie to your mobile device in under three minutes.
All Nippon Airways (ANA) earlier this month launched the nation’s first self-service bag drop for domestic passengers at Japan’s busiest airport, and annou Source: www.airport-business.com Nice unit.
Frankfurt Airport’s information kiosks now offer Arabic, Japanese, Korean, Russian and Spanish languages, as well as English, German and Mandarin.
These clever kiosks are popping up in airports all over America. They offer movie rental downloads in less than three minutes, allowing you to watch on the plane without need for an Internet connection.
Fast Company says that Digiboo’s kiosks are able to do such fast downloads thanks to Wi-Fi router that works “significantly faster than most Internet networks provided by airports.” The file size for an average movie is between 1 and 1.5 gigabytes. Digiboo super-fast routers will transfer 1.3 gigabytes in less than three minutes.
Many airports in the midwest already have Digiboo kiosks, with the company expecting to place 2,000 of them before the end of 2016. The Digiboo app is available for iOS, Android and Windows devices.
Latest numbers from firms on numbers. According the January 2015 count, there are 903 operational APC kiosks located in the United States, Canada, the Caribbean, Dublin, Ireland and Abu Dhabi with another 189 targeted to go live by Spring 2015. This is up from just 280 in February 2014 and will bring the total number of APC Kiosks… Read More »
Vancouver Airport Authority has announced that its BorderXpress kiosks in use at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (ATL) are now able to process visa-carrying travellers including business or tourist visa holders, Mexican travellers with border crossing cards and foreign airline crew members. Source: www.securitydocumentworld.com
ROOSEVELT, N.Y., Sept. 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Parabit Systems Completes Installation of Custom Welcome Center Installed within JFK International… Source: www.prnewswire.com
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DULUTH, GA – NCR today announced it will provide TouchPort 120 SelfServ kiosks to Aeroméxico, the largest airline in Mexico, to help expedite th
NCR Touchports being installed for Aeromexico
IT and telecommunication provider SITA has supplied 100 of its automated border control kiosks for installation in three major international…Rea
Travellers from up to five SITA kiosks can be managed from just one immigration counter. The kiosks have reportedly reduced the time passengers spend in queues by as much as 40%.
Mexico Ministry of Communications and Transportation secretary general Gerardo Ruiz Esparza said: “The installation of these kiosks represents another example of the implementation of state-of-the-art technology in Mexico, aimed at preserving the safety of people and their goods, as well as facilitating activities related to aviation.
“Automating the entry of domestic and foreign passengers who do not require a visa is achieved by capturing biometric data (fingerprints, photography and scanning of the passport), which quadruples the capacity of passenger attention for each migration agent.”